Presenters, delegates and sponsors are sought for a symposium on families and work-related mobility.
Our new Statistical Snapshot highlights the diversity among working men in Canada and the ways work and family intersect and interact.
Our new Statistical Snapshot highlights the diversity among working women in Canada and the ways work and family intersect and interact.
The On the Move Partnership is seeking participants for a survey on mobile workers.
On February 28, 2017, the Vanier Institute and the CHRC host a roundtable on workplace diversity and human rights.
Relationships of care and support help oil sands workers to manage their multiple responsibilities at a distance.
Our new timeline explores the trends and social, economic and cultural contexts that have shaped fatherhood in Canada over the past half century.
In moving away from the “traditional” breadwinning father figure to embrace caring roles, modern dads are reshaping the work-family relationship.
Working family members are multi-taskers, managing a variety of responsibilities at home, at work and in their communities. While family members demonstrate a great deal of adaptability in managing multiple roles, they benefit from […]
While mothers in Canada have always played a central role in family life, there’s no question that the social, economic, cultural and environmental contexts that shape – and are shaped by – motherhood have evolved […]